COVID-19: lessons from Italy on public-private healthcare procurement

Workers unpack a shipment of PPE from China at Bari airport, Italy, April 2020 Image: REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo - RC2TZF9YOD4U

Veronica Vecchi

Associate Professor of Practice, SDA Bocconi School of Management

Niccolò Cusumano

Associate Professor of Practice, SDA Bocconi School of Management


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